No matter what type of surface you’ve chosen for your kitchen or bathroom countertops, using natural stone backsplash tile adds a ton of elegance and character to the room. With so many shapes, sizes, materials, and colors to choose from, you can be as creative as you like.
However, many homeowners wonder if natural stone backsplash tile needs sealing. Most people are aware that using travertine indoors for a countertop or flooring — or any other type of stone — means applying sealer on a regular basis. Since a backsplash is a vertical surface, can you get away with leaving it unsealed?